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Feb 232019
 

Organization: Peace Corps
Country: Ghana
Closing date: 15 Apr 2019

Provides leadership in developing and maintaining a training program that contributes to the Post’s goal of nurturing and supporting resilient, culturally sensitive, responsible and able Volunteers. Often shares duties with and works through others who directly implement training activities (e.g. at Pre-Service Training (PST), works through PST Training Director and Coordinators for technical, language and cultural training and logistics and homestay arrangements; at In-Service Trainings or Mid service training (ISTs/MSTs); works with Program Managers and Program Assistants (PAS). Fundamentally plays a leadership role to assure quality in all training events and program activities.

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https://www.peacecorps.gov/ghana/contracts/

How to apply:

Write the position title as email subject and send application packet to GH-jobs@peacecorps.gov

https://www.peacecorps.gov/ghana/contracts/

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